1. "All I Want For Christmas Is You" - Mariah Carey. When most people think of Christmastime, this song immediately starts playing in their heads. It's no surprise why: it might be the most classic Christmas song out there. Go ahead, dance around your room to this one.
2. "Last Christmas" - Jimmy Eat World. There's always the original Wham! version of this song, but this cover is a little more upbeat. And if you're a T-Swift fan, her cover is pretty great, too.
3. "White Christmas" - Michael Bublé ft. Shania Twain. Could you ask for a better duo? I think not. Some of the best vocals around make for a perfect version of this song.
4. "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"-Frank Sinatra. I'm a sucker for the throwbacks, and just listening to this takes you back to the 40's. Plus, who doesn't love Sinatra? I gotta say though, Springsteen's version of this song rocks, too.
5. "Holly Jolly Christmas" - Faith Hill. She's incredible. Her version of this song is classic, upbeat, and great to listen to while you set up holiday decorations.
6. "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - John Travolta and Olivia Newton John. If you're a fan of the movie Grease (aka anyone with a brain), you'll love their cover. It's Danny and Sandy all over again!
7. "Baby It's Cold Outside" - Colbie Caillat and Gavin DeGraw. Their voices are absolutely perfect together, and this one will have you singing along in no time.
8. "Ho Ho Hopefully" - The Maine. For those of you who appreciate a good acoustic, alternative rock feel. They definitely killed it with this song, and it's an original.
9. "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" - Dean Martin. The king of classic Christmas music. Everyone loves this one, and if it's not playing in your house on Christmas, there's something wrong.
10. "This Christmas" - Christina Aguilera. I'm obsessed with her voice, and this song is meant to be blasted. I will say, Chris Brown's version of this song is right up there with Christina's, too. 
11. "I'll Be Home for Christmas" - She & Him. Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward do an awesome job with this one. It's relaxed, vintage, and definitely worth adding to your Christmas playlist.
12. "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" -Lady Antebellum. For my fellow country lovers. Enough said.
13. "Winter Wonderland" - Pentatonix ft. Tori Kelly. This is by far one of the best acapella covers, and they even mash it up with "Don't Worry Be Happy." It rocks, and I've had it on repeat for days.
14. "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" - Andy Williams. This is the song you hear in every Christmas movie/shopping mall during the holidays, and it's sure to make you smile a little. Or a lot. That's what it does for me, at least.
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15. "Santa Baby" - Kylie Minogue. A song every girl can relate to. Just kidding. Sorta.